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Ipswich: Teacher William Stansbury due in court over child porn charges

11:34 02 January 2013

William Stansbury

William Stansbury

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A SENIOR teacher who worked at one of Suffolk’s top independent schools will appear before South East Suffolk Magistrates’ Court today.

William Stansbury, 45, formerly of Dock Street, Ipswich, but now of Dorset, has been charged with making more than 44,000 indecent images of children.

Stansbury was assistant head and a former head of sixth form at Ipswich School.

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  • Please don't use the phrase "child porn", it's not, it's images of child abuse, using the word "porn" legitimizes the activity..

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    Danny Brown

    Saturday, January 5, 2013

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